Lutsip LS3D Editor

1 week 5 minutes ago #13 by snowman
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FlashX wrote: To be honest, I'm pretty tired after all that work... It took more than a year to make this and got nothing from that, except the experience of course... I spent almost every my free second working on that, just because I always wanted to have an editor for this awesome game and share it with the community... :confused:


We would like to celebrate the release of your editor and also give thanks to everyone keeping this highway busy all these years. Everyone has done a brilliant job doing what they do best and never forgot their fellow soldiers. Every second of our time is worth celebrating

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6 days 18 hours ago #14 by betteryouthanme
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Thanks, so basically it's only the sticking windows left.. Reminder to myself: Always read the fuckin Readme :D


Two things fill the mind with ever new and increasing wonder and awe - the starry heavens above me and the moral law within me. Immanuel Kant
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6 days 45 minutes ago #15 by snowman
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Welcome to the club :mm5:

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4 days 1 hour ago #16 by snowman
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So far Zdenda, Ted Striker and Stern have problems launching the editor. Either the graphics card can't support OpenGL 3.3 or other problems in Ted's case :no:

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2 hours 51 minutes ago - 2 hours 49 minutes ago #17 by Stern
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FlashX wrote: Colliders


I havent fully tested your program yet but
If you got collision to work properly then you might know the meaning of the 4-bytes int. number before each name in tree.klz.
For some names its 1 and some has 2.

***Few years ago I discovered that for some collisions this number turns collision off if its set to zero !

Example here is from Normandy_4.
Now if the value is set to zero then this collision is turned off and player can fall through.




Anyway...you have done huge work :gj: ...might feel relieved and some pressure drop :)

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2 hours 8 minutes ago #18 by FlashX
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Stern wrote:
If you got collision to work properly then you might know the meaning of the 4-bytes int. number before each name in tree.klz.
For some names its 1 and some has 2.


In the first place thank you for your praise, I really appreciate it... :)

The value you mentioned is related to the object-collider link... It can be 1, 2 or 3...

1 – Collision surface – Used for mesh colliders (decals are projected onto the mesh)
2 – Collision volume – Used for collision volumes (primitives – box, plane, sphere, cylinder) which aren't exactly shaped like the actual geometry (decals are not projected onto the mesh)
3 – Auxilary collision volume Used for auxilary collision volumes (invisible walls), but I'm not sure whether it changes anything, perhaps this collider is not a sight obstacle for AI, I don't really know... (in everything else it behaves the same like other collision volumes)

In my editor it can be found in the collider panel as a property named Relation
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